This wallchart illustrates most of the film formats processed or adopted for the presentation of widescreen and 3-dimensional motion pictures. Examples shown date from before the turn of the century with the 51mm Latham Eidoloscope (1895) and Enoch J Rector’s 63mm Veriscope (1897) wide film systems. Later experiments from the 1920s include Abel Grace’s Polyvision and widescreen images made with Henri Chretien’s pioneer anamorphic lens in 1927. These early efforts led in 1929 to Hollywood’s first but unsuccessful attempt to introduce larger and wider screens
Bryan currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer of the International Moving Image Society (IMIS). Before coming to the UK in 2012, Bryan grew up in the mid-west US where he learned of his passion for telling interesting and inspiring stories. He has a desire to pass on the knowledge he has to anyone looking to further their skills or enter the industry.